Loved this talk! For all of you who still hadn’t found out your passion or know what is your passion but are too afraid to pursuit, then this is the talk for you!
Actually, this is the talk for all the people who want to have a goal in life and achieve it!
Professor Larry Smiths presents, in quite a peculiar way, a talk that changes lives and inspires. He is a professor of economics at University of Waterloo. A well-known storyteller and advocate for youth leadership, he has also mentored many of his students on start-up business management and career development. The most notable start-up he advised in its infancy is Research in Motion (RIM), maker of the BlackBerry.
Invest 15 minutes in this talk and it will be an investment for life!
2 thoughts on “TED Talk: Why you will fail to have a career?”
What a tremendous talk. It was at once inspiring and terrifying. I agree with you that it forces you to rethink your current situation in light of what you truly want and what you fear. Thank you so much for posting.
Glad to know you liked it!
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